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Best Nils Smith podcasts we could find (updated June 2020)
Best Nils Smith podcasts we could find
Updated June 2020
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Church Online is relatively new, and while many churches are broadcasting services online, few are developing a digital strategy using Church Online. What if your church looked at Church Online as a digital mission field? What if church online was used to create biblical community? For church planting? For launching multisite campuses? Can discipleship happen online? What if we used Church Online to make disciples, empowering them with Gospel to reach their family and friends? All of a sudde ...
 
Following your Hoosiers is always more fun with friends. Come hang out with us after every Indiana basketball game, and every Thursday night, as our team of hosts -- Jerod Morris, Andy Bottoms, Ryan Phillips, and Brian "The Coach" Tonsoni dissect every angle of IU basketball, as we've been doing since 2011. We are equal parts unabashed fandom and objective analysis, with plenty of laughter along the way. If you're looking for knee-jerk analysis and hot takes, this is NOT the show for you. Bu ...
 
Signal is the podcast from The MediaNet - a monthly look behind the scenes of faith, the media and those who shape it. Hosted by James Poulter with Ruth Jackson and Sam Hailes, plus monthly guests, interviews and reviews of the news, broadcasting and culture. Every month we also give you the recommendations you need for what to read, listen to or watch to go deeper in faith and media. The MediaNet is a network that supports, encourages and inspires Christians who work in, and with, the UK me ...
 
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In the midst of this pandemic, we're taking a moment to talk with one of the pioneers of the Church Online movement. Nils Smith was there from practically day one, diving into Church Online when the social media platform of choice was MySpace (yes, Myspace). This conversation is unique in that Nils isn't a a technology expert, at his own declaratio…
 
So, who are these people who are watching our Churches Online and what are we supposed to do with them? COVID-19 has brought us tons of traffic, and maybe for the first time we, as a church, are understanding the potential of the reach of Church Online. But here's a hard truth: people are not going to stay at your church because of content. Why do …
 
This week on Assembly Call Radio, we have our regularly scheduled offseason episode about Justin Smith ... just in a much different context than we were anticipating last week. How will Justin's departure impact Indiana on the court next season? We dissect it from several angles. Plus: • Two Hoosiers were on a 2021 NBA Draft Big Board • What impact…
 
Depending on your location, gathering restrictions are starting to loosen, and churches are considering meeting together again. Some restrictions remain in place limiting size of gathering, wearing of masks, and appropriate social distancing. And while some churches are rushing to get back to the building, and the perceived normal... what if there'…
 
Marcus Anderson’s thirteenth album “HERO” features thirteen original compositions, which is the quintessential soundtrack of our lives with a common thread of inspiration, perseverance, passion, and resilience. A new-age fusion jazz artist, Anderson’s music – as well as his message- is even more powerful and poignant in the current political, envir…
 
In this podcast, Nils Smith and Aaron Magnuson delve into Facebook CEO, Mark Zuckerberg’s 2020 resolution that’s focused on the next decade. How will these social media developments impact the platform and its users? This and more on this episode. Share your thoughts using the hashtag #SMCPodcast.By Social Media Church
 
This week on Assembly Call Radio, we begin our offseason player deep dives by discussing Al Durham. He's clearly overachieved based on his recruiting pedigree. Is he now ready for a leading role on a deep IU team as a senior? Plus: what Indiana's improving APR means; the impact of Khristian Lander officially reclassifying on Indiana's outlook for n…
 
Pastor, if there's one thing you've learned in this COVID-19 season, it's that you want to have influence online. For most churches, that means putting your sermons online. For Scot Mendenhall, though, that means something completely different. Scot, a pastor at Unlock Church in Minnesota, took to YouTube to gain influence on One Wheels... a motori…
 
On this week's edition of Banner Monday, Jerod Morris talks to Mike DeCourcy about what he expects from Khristian Lander as a freshman, the latest on how college sports are adjusting to the pandemic, and whether it really should have been the "last dance" for the Bulls after all.By Jerod Morris
 
Well, we're going back into the building. Or at least a small percentage of us are. Many, though, are opting to take a slower approach heading back into the space. Is there a different approach? Churches like Saddleback and Elevation have been experimenting with Micro-locations for a while now, and this week we're having a conversation with another…
 
This week on Assembly Call Radio, we discuss some pertinent NCAA news from the past week, and then take an in-depth swing around the Big Ten to see how Indiana stacks up with the rest of the conference. All that and much more on this edition of The Assembly Call. On the mics: Andy, Ryan, and Coach ... plus a special appearance from Jerod late.…
 
If there's a lesson the church needs to learn in this Global Pandemic: Physical Church & Church Online need to learn to play together nicely. In the pre-COVID season of our life (that was merely two months ago) Physical Church was king of the hill, leaving Church Online as the red-headed stepchild. In the midst of COVID, Church Online is the only g…
 
This week on Assembly Call Radio, we address the biggest question mark of all -- when will any games be played again? -- and then dive into the most high-leverage question marks on Indiana's roster heading into next season. Plus: • Jerod's Banner Moment delivers some powerful data to back up the belief of many fans that Archie Miller has really tur…
 
COVID-19 has brought a lot of confusion into the church. It's hard enough to be an existing church navigating this season. Try being a church that hasn't even launched yet. That's where Ray Hudson found himself. A Church Plant slated to launch Fall 2020, Ray launched early, digital only. And this is what makes Ray interesting. Ray is running a digi…
 
When we look at the idea of a Phygital Church, one that truly utilizes digital and physical, there is going to be a tension of who is priority? The majority of churches spun up their Church Online quickly in order to do ministry in this COVID-19 season. Did we learn anything in this season? Or are we attempting to go back to status quo? The idea of…
 
This week on Assembly Call Radio, it's a podcast takeover! Galen and Scott from CrimsonCast are on the mics, and they react to the news that Trayce Jackson-Davis will officially be back in Bloomington next season. Plus answers to mailbag questions, and then a long AC After Dark in which we discuss our new podcast partnership, break down what we thi…
 
What does a church look like in Virtual Reality? Greg Nettle, President of Stadia Church Planting and DJ Soto, Lead Pastor of VR Church... who's discipling and shepherding people in the digital community of Altspace VR (and Rec Room)... jump in on a conversation helping to redefine what the digital church looks like tomorrow... scratch that... what…
 
In this podcast, Bob Pritchett, President and CEO at Faithlife Corporation, joins Nils Smith to talk about their global platform offering live streaming, online giving, church website setup, and more resources for churches to maximize, especially in the midst of this global pandemic. Share your thoughts using the hashtag #SMCPodcast. Show Notes: Ni…
 
In the hectic-ness to build a Church Online, we often forget the biggest part... okay, Jesus is the biggest part. Didn't mean to Jesus juke you there. So let's call it the second biggest part, and no I'm not talking sermons. Church, we are in the people business. Oftentimes that gets forgotten among all the hectic-ness of COVID-19, or life in gener…
 
We're wrapping up here on our our 3rd part of the Biblical Functions of a Digital Church. We've covered the easy stuff coming into this episode. What's left is the hard stuff.Justice. Compassion. Mission. Body Ministry. How do you do these things digitally? Global Mission? Local Mission? All of a sudden, there's a challenge to Digital-Only church. …
 
This week on Assembly Call Radio, we discuss the big news of the week: Damezi Anderson is transferring. What does this mean for the upcoming season? What does it mean for Damezi? What will it mean for recruiting? We break down every angle. Plus discussion of some other big college basketball stories and answers to your questions. On the mics: Andy,…
 
What is a Digital-Only Church? Well, thanks to COVID-19 we've got maybe a couple hundred thousand of them right now in America. Pre COVID-19, though, the idea was quite controversial. Stadia is passionate about planting Digital-Only Churches, and even still in this COVID-19 season we're still wrestling with how to make Digital-Only churches effecti…
 
On this week's edition of Banner Monday, Andy Bottoms grabs the host mic and chats with Mike DeCourcy about which Big Ten players who have declared for the NBA Draft are most likely to return and what the impact will be of the NCAA's one-time adjustment to eligibility standards for incoming freshmen. Plus, reaction to The Last Dance, discussion abo…
 
The hardest thing in Church Online is meeting people. I recently had an online pastor tell me that he had over 500,000 people attend Easter services online and thru television, but only collected 11 connect cards over the entire weekend. Meeting people through our Online Services can be a difficult thing to do. I've been learning something with thi…
 
This week on Assembly Call Radio, we discuss the defining moments of the 2019-20 season for each of Indiana's regular starters and the coach. Plus, we highlight the importance of Indiana landing another Mr. Basketball, the impact of 5-star players going directly to the G-League, our way-too-early Big Ten tiers, and another ChatMob induction for the…
 
Covid-19 is challenging, stretching the Church. As we've discussed... the Church has responded well, but at what cost? Our newfound love of Digital Church in this season of Coronavirus has churches growing at incredible rates, but the consensus of many of our pastors and staff is that this environment, at the pace and expectation we're executing, i…
 
In this podcast, Chris Emmitt, lead pastor of Mountain Lake Church, joins Nils Smith to talk about navigating ministries and church leadership amidst the global pandemic. Learn more about different social media strategies they are taking and what churches can do, especially during these times. Share your thoughts using the hashtag #SMCPodcast.…
 
Church, you should be celebrated. You survived Easter 2020 Church Online. A month ago most of you weren't even broadcasting online, and now you just completed the biggest Sunday of the year. Congratulations!!! Well, what now? As we continue the learning experience that is this Coronavirus season, there's a word we all need to learn... PHYGITAL: the…
 
On Sunday night, we rewatched Indiana's 74-73 victory over Syracuse in the 1987 National Championship game. Keith Smart took over down the stretch, culminating in the biggest shot in IU basketball history. But this was a total team effort in which Daryl Thomas, Dean Garrett, Joe Hillman, and, of course, Steve Alford all made massive contributions. …
 
On Friday night, we rewatched Indiana beating North Carolina 63-50 in the 1981 National Championship Game -- a game that almost wasn't played because of the shooting of Ronald Reagan. Isiah Thomas led the way with 23 points and 5 assists, while Randy Wittman added 17 of his own, as Indiana completed its 5-game NCAA Tournament run winning by an aver…
 
This week on Assembly Call Radio, we analyze the importance of Logan Duncomb's commitment and then dive deep with a scouting report. Ryan took pages of notes and Coach talked to Logan's coach. We also break down the Elite 8 of the Greatest IU Basketball Player of All-Time Bracket and answer your questions, including whether IU needs to add another …
 
Don't forget about the Kids & Students. In the midst of the Coronavirus season, with the pressure of Easter looming, what are we doing with Kids and Student ministry? Like everything else in the church world today, everything is new. All the playbooks, all the strategies are done. While we're reinventing church for adults, don't forget we need to r…
 
In this podcast, L.Michelle Salvant joins Nils Smith to talk about her journey into digital ministry– from getting into platforms, embracing engagement opportunities, learning lessons from ministry failures, and more -for church and ministry leaders to effectively create impact in the Kingdom of God. Share your thoughts using the hashtag #SMCPodcas…
 
On Monday night, we rewatched Indiana defeating Michigan in the 1976 NCAA Championship Game to complete the last perfect season in the history of college basketball. The Hoosiers lost Bobby Wilkerson early in the game to injury, and were down six at the half, but stormed back in the 2nd half behind the scoring of Scott May and Kent Benson. After th…
 
On this week's edition of Banner Monday, Brian Tonsoni fills in for Jerod Morris and talks to Mike DeCourcy about transfers in the Big Ten and across college basketball, plus a wide-ranging conversation about coaching philosophy and the best coaches in college hoops.By Jerod Morris
 
My favorite part of this podcast episode is that it is everything I expected it to be, and I had set the standard very, very high.. Larry Walkmeeyer is the Lead Pastor of Light and Life Christian Fellowship in Long Beach, CA. Larry is also author of one of my favorite books of 2020, The Mobilization Flywheel. The heart of this episode with Larry is…
 
On Saturday night, we rewatched Indiana defeating UNLV in the 1987 Final Four. While some experts thought Indiana should slow it down against the nation's most explosive offense, Bob Knight and Steve Alford had other ideas. On the mics: Andy, Ryan, and Galen Among the topics discussed: — Why the play of the bench was so important to Indiana winning…
 
This week on Assembly Call Radio, we do the first part of a two-part series that picks the defining moments from the 2019-20 season for each IU player. We begin with the bench guys: Devonte, De'Ron, Jerome, Race, Armaan, and Damezi. We also run through some college basketball and Big Ten headlines, answer some questions (including making a starting…
 
You know that playbook you had? The strategy that you built for your church? For the foreseeable future it's trash. Not to mention, when the dust settles on this COVID-19 season, I don't think we'll recognize the world we'll see. So, in the midst of this new season, how does the church find its voice? This is the heart of this podcast, bringing in …
 
On this week's edition of Banner Monday, Mike DeCourcy tells us how he is coping with no college hoops in March, his favorite IU NCAA Tournament game, what lessons Indiana needs to take from the 2019-20 season, and how he currently projects the top half of the Big Ten. And much more ...By Jerod Morris
 
What is the role of the Church? In this Coronavirus season, that is a difficult question. How do we broadcast our church service online? By far this is the most popular question the church is asking in this Coronavirus season. While it's a valid question to ask, for me a much more interesting question is: How do we stay on mission? Better yet, in t…
 
On Sunday night, we rewatched Indiana delivering one of the greatest shooting performances in the history of college basketball as Dane Fife, Kyle Hornsby and the Hoosiers made 15-19 from deep in an Elite Eight victory over Kent State. Tom Coverdale played an incredible first half, but then was lost to an ankle injury, which did cast a cloud of con…
 
On Friday night, we hosted our live rewatch of the IU-Louisville Sweet 16 game in 1993. Andy Bottoms, Galen Clavio, and Chris Williams reflect on the final win for Bob Knight's last great team, which featured an iconic Calbert Cheaney moment within an iconic Calbert Cheaney game. On the mics: Andy, Galen, and Chris…
 
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